I stopped in today for breakfast after having driven by many times. I chose the Sunny Street Benedict and a biscuit and gravy on the side. Yeah, a lot of food but I really wanted to try a taste of the B&G. The biscuit was...More
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We stopped into the Sunny Street Cafe a Friday morning in May and were pleasantly surprised to find a very up-to-date and refined version of an old neighborhood cafe. The place was arranged nicely, even though it is small, and the tables, chairs, counters, etc....More
After reading all of the highly positive reviews we went for breakfast. Place was packed. Ordered food and took longer that I expected for breakfast. The eggs were a little overcooked, the bacon was cold and the hash browns were almost charred. The pancakes were...More
My husband and I went for breakfast. The eggs were scrambled, and perfect. The waitress kept our mugs full of coffee. Was super clean. No problems at all.
I go there often, great service, good coffee, great food especially their Quisch, cranberry/lemon muffins and homemade biscuits.
A mixture of home cooking and really fancy. The food was extremely fresh and awesome to the taste. The service was friendly and top notch. Furthermore, the atmosphere was very comfortable. Also, the prices are reasonable. I don't know about the rest of the menu,...More